WhatsApp: Are your chats read? THIS is how you can find out
news that about WhatsApp sent to acquaintances and friends should remain private. As a general rule, they do not concern our partner or our family, unless you want them to be part of it.
But what happens if third parties secretly read, even though you don’t want them to? A function in WhatsApp Now it tells you if your chats are really only between you and your acquaintances, or if they are not read by third parties.
WhatsApp: Are other people reading your chats? THAT’S HOW YOU FIND OUT
Most people will know that it is best not to divulge confidential information on the Internet. However, one or another secret ends up in WhatsApp. WhatsApp has enabled a feature to ensure that spicy details only end up in the hands of the recipient.
According to “Netzwelt”, a hacked account allows all conversations to go unnoticed. That sounds pretty threatening at first, but you can quickly find out on your smartphone.
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- The most popular instant messenger in the world
- Installation is done via the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android)
- If you don’t feel like sending emojis anymore, you can also send stickers or GIFs to your friends.
- In the settings, you can set a regular date for a backup, so that your data is always backed up
- Belongs to Mark Zuckerberg’s meta-empire
To do this, Messenger users need to go to settings. In the Linked devices option, all the accounts connected to WhatsApp will be displayed. More and more people use WhatsApp on their laptops along with their smartphones. However, if an unknown device shows up, WhatsApp users need to act quickly!
WhatsApp: THIS IS HOW YOU PROTECT YOURSELF FROM DATA THEFT
According to “Netzwelt”, one click is enough to avoid the risk of data theft. With a touch of the finger on the respective device, the location can be displayed and the connection can be terminated. In this way, secret conversations via WhatsApp are also secured in the future. (Nebraska)